Accessibility

THE MUSEUM

ROOMS
All exhibitions are accessible by lift. Higher thresholds have ramps, some lower thresholds lack thereof. In the entrance there is a toilet and a wheelchair to borrow.

In the Accessibility database, you can see detailed descriptions of each room. This is an external website and the link opens in a new window:

See the museum in the Accessibility database

ASSISTANCE DOGS ARE WELCOME
You are welcome to bring your assistance dog to Museum of Gothenburg.

HEARING LOOP IN WALLENSTAMSALEN
The auditorium in the museum, Wallenstamsalen, has a hearing loop. This is the only room with hearing loop in the museum.

URBANUM EXHIBITION
Urbanum can be reached by lift. The exhibition texts are available in Braille. Our front-of- house staff can guide you. The historic films have Swedish subtitling, and are interpreted by sign language and audio description.

Website

The site is built with responsive design, web design approach which allows the site to adapt to the size of the visitor's screen.

Change text size

The site uses relative font size. You can change the text size in your browser.

The text size can in most modern browsers be changed by holding down the Ctrl key and spin the mouse wheel.

How to do this varies slightly between different browsers, but in most cases there are commands for this in the View menu, or during the Zoom.

If you are unsure how to do, read the information in the browser's help function.

Change colors and contrasts

You can also choose to change the colors if you think that it makes the reading easier. You can choose to change both the text color and background color.

In Internet Explorer, click the Tools button, and then select Internet Options. Click the General tab and then click Colors. Uncheck the Use Windows colors and then select what it is you want to change color and what color.

If you are unsure how to do, read the information in the browser's help function.

Contact us if you have further questions about the accessibility in the museum.
+46 31 368 36 00
stadsmuseum@kultur.goteborg.se